"No one wants to give $$ to an a**hole."
I grew up on a 40 acre hobby farm in Southwest Wisconsin. We didn't have a lot of money, but we did have an amazing community of family, friends + neighbors. We valued everyone and their stories, and forged relationships based on trust and respect. Everyone got a warm smile and a hug or a handshake, because people don't remember what you had or what you did, but they remember how you made them feel (thank you Maya Angelou). So, when it comes to running my business, I take my relationships with my clients seriously. You work hard for your money, and the last person you want to give it to is someone that you dislike and don't trust. You want to share your hardearned dollars with someone that appreciates you, respects you, and gives you good vibes. Thus, client relationships are the focus of my business and my experiences I provide.